Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Summer Dance Hall Series at the Historic Pearl Stable, Wednesdays

"Free series continues this Wednesday, July 23, with the bluegrass band Tennessee Valley Authority, with doors open at 5:30pm. Due to popularity, the time has been extended to end at 9:30pm"


PEARL AND DOC WATKINS PRESENT THE
SUMMER DANCE HALL SERIES BROUGHT TO YOU BY CORONA AND CADILLAC

Free Dance Hall Music Series Held Weekly at the Historic Pearl Stable

SAN ANTONIO, TX (June 27, 2014) – Pearl is excited to announce their new Summer Dance Hall Series in partnership with San Antonio Jazz legend Doc Watkins and sponsored by Corona and Cadillac. The free series will be held every Wednesday night starting July 9 through August 27, with doors open at 5:30pm and music starting at 6:00 pm

The Summer Dance Hall Series will present a line-up representative of the rich history of South Texas dance hall music. San Antonio Jazz legend Doc Watkins curating a line-up that will feature local and regional treasures from a variety of genres including South Texas Swing, Conjunto, Polka, Dixieland, Bolero and Classic Hill Country singer songwriter.

“Working with Doc Watkins has been really interesting in that he has such a deep knowledge of the history of the music landscape of South Texas. We feel like this series celebrates our music traditions in a meaningful way and will be a wonderful experience for families to come and listen and dance together. ”

2014 Summer Dance Hall Series Lineup:

July 16- Monica Rodriguez and Soundrave

July 23- Tennessee Valley Authority

July 30- Tyler Jackson and the River City Stompers

Aug. 6-Terry Cavanagh and the Alpine Express

Aug. 13- The Prados

Aug. 20- Mark Halata and Texavia

Aug. 27- The Melissa Ludgwig Band

The Dance Hall Series is free to the public so come early, as space is limited. Pearl will offer a cash bar featuring Corona and Modelo, wine, sodas, and water. 


ABOUT HISTORIC PEARL

Pearl, located north of downtown San Antonio, provides a unique experience as a top culinary and cultural destination. The mixed-use space features retail, dining, picturesque green spaces and paseos, a riverside amphitheater, and the third campus of the Culinary Institute of America. As a former brewery operating from 1883 to 2001, Pearl reflects a vivid past while embracing the future with LEED-certified complexes mixed with historic architecture. 

The 22-acre Pearl site is home to the Culinary Institute of America, San Antonio and the year-round Pearl Farmers Market. Pearl restaurants include Il Sogno Osteria and the Sandbar Fish House and Market, both by CIA graduate and James Beard Award-nominated chef Andrew Weissman; La Gloria Ice House by CIA graduate chef Johnny Hernandez; NAO New World Flavors, from The Culinary Institute of America San Antonio featuring Executive Chef Geronimo Lopez; Blue Box Bar featuring craft cocktails from Olaf Harmel; The Boiler House Texas Grill and Wine Garden; The Granary ‘Cue and Brew from Chef Tim Rattray; Arcade Midtown Kitchen from Chef Jesse Perez; Cured from Chef Steve McHugh; Local Coffee; Green Vegetarian Cuisine and One Lucky Duck Juice & Takeaway.

Pearl is also known for its shops, including the Melissa Guerra Latin American Kitchen store, the Twig Book Shop, The Tiny Finch, Adelante Boutique, Ten Thousand Villages, LeeLee Shoes, Dos Carolinas, Leighelena, The Synergy Studio and Bike World. Notable office tenants at Pearl include the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber, the Nature Conservancy, San Antonio Area Foundation, RBC Securities, the CE Group, WestEast Design Group, KGB Texas, and The San Antonio Business Journal. The Can Plant offers urban contemporary apartments with a place in history. Event spaces include the historic Pearl Stable, and the more contemporary Pearl Studio. For more information, visit Pearl (Website).

Saturday, July 19, 2014

URBAN-15 40th Anniversary, Saturday

"URBAN-15 Group will host a block party in honor of their 40th anniversary on July 19, 2004. The San Antonio arts organization, which became a nonprofit in 1984, held its first music event in July 19, 1974. Since then, URBAN-15 has devoted itself to developing the arts in San Antonio through its community-based dance and drum ensemble known for their appearances at Fiesta parades and other public events, and through their Cultivation program of music and movement classes offered to youth and seniors.


The event will begin 2 p.m. in the URBAN-15 Studio located at 2500 S. Presa and feature live music, poetry, and short films. The outdoor portion of the event will be held from 6 p.m. to 9:00 p.m on Dunning St. between Kinney and South Presa, featuring food booths and entertainment including local musicians, poets, and performing artists. The event is open to all ages and free to the public to attend.

Friday, July 18 - Double Feature Screening
8 pm $10
Jim Mediola's "Come and Take It Day"
Jerry Paaris' "Viva Max"
SATURDAY BLOCK PARTY
2 p.m. to 9 p.m. FREE
INDOOR STAGE 2 - 6 P.M.
FERNANDO HERRERA, Piano, Mexican canciones
MARK LITTLE, Jazz piano
URBAN-15
LAUGHING GRAVY
I CHING GATOS
LA CHICHADA
OUTDOOR STAGE 6 TO 9 P.M.
THE SA CHORO CIRCLE
directed by Katchie Cartwright
Rudolpho Lopez and Conjunto Taller
Towards New Horizons Latin Jazz Ensemble
URBAN-15

Los de Este Noche




4Play Hooligan's, Saturday


4Play on Facebook

Hogg Shedd at Hurricane Grill & Wings, Saturday

Facebook Page

All Ages, Free Show

RSVP

Los #3 Dinners at The Cove, Saturday

Los #3 Dinners on Facebook

All Ages, Free Show

Chill Factor at Flynn's, Saturday

Chill Factor Online, Facebook Page


Rockstar Riot at Steely Nevada's, Saturday

21+, Free Show

Facebook Page

Given A Chance, Langton Drive, Belukahs and Young Costello at 502 Bar, Saturday

Given a Chance 9pm-9:45
Langton Drive 10pm-10:45
Belukhas 12am-12:45
Young Costello 1am-1:45am


21+, $5

RSVP

THE CASUALTIES, LOWER CLASS BRATS, THE APPLICATORS, SEMI AUTOMATICS & KNOCKIN CHUCKS AT THE KOROVA, SATURDAY


JP & THE WISEGUYS & "ATOMIC SUMMER" BURLESQUE SHOW AT LUNA, SATURDAY

Online
Facebook Page

21+, $8

RSVP

Waxpanel, Three33, The Signature and My Madness at Jack's Bar & Live Music Venue, Saturday

12am Waxpanel
11pmThree33
10pm The Signature
9pm My Madness

METAL SHOW at Boozehounds, Saturday

Metal Tributes/Multiple Stages

21+, Free Show

GENERAL AVOCADO, USE OF TIME AND COMMERCIAL FREE PROJECT AT TONIC BAR, SATURDAY

Use of Time , General Avocado, Commercial Free Project 

RSVP

Kara & The Dam Band at The Leaky Barrell, Saturday

Kara & The Dam Band (Facebook)
Reverbnation
Free Show
RSVP


Razor Doves and The Uprising at Oak Hills Tavern, Saturday


WRECK THE DECKS NIGHT #SIX - Flux at Bottom Bracket Social Club


Friday, July 18, 2014

'Friday Night Live' with Jaik Yanez at The Park Sports Bar

Jaik Yanez(Facebook Page)  
Reverbnation

21+, Free Show

A Day Like No Other, Wings of Valkyrie, Pleasure Center & Medina Moonshine Band at Jacks Bar & Live Music Venue, Friday

8:30 PM Medina Moonshine Band 
9:30 PM The Pleasure Center
10:30 PM A Day Like No Other
11;30 PM Wings of Valkyrie

18+, RSVP

N'Somnia at Boozehounds, Friday



10pm, 21+, No Cover

Facebook Page, Online

Sumofist at Papa Woody's Roadhouse, Friday

Sumofist (Facebook)


Billy Morgan & The Barnburners at Main Street Bar, Friday

21+, No Cover

The Barnburners

Facebook Event Page

Deer Vibes (Album Fundraiser) with Moonglow, Octahedron, Pooja, Urban Youth and New Hampshire at The Ten Eleven, Friday

12:30 Deer Vibe
11:30 Moonglow 
10:30 New Hampshire
9:30 Octahedron 
8:45 Urban Youth 
8:00 Pooja




Minors $10, 21+ $5

RSVP

Mount Sherpa, Heat of the Sun, Dark Planes and Dynamite Boyz at Hernandez Ice House, Friday

9:45 PM - Dynamite Boyz (Sabbath/Kiss/Bongzilla Worship)
10:45 PM -
Heat of the Sun (Heavy Desert Rock)
11:45 AM - Mount Sherpa (Instrumental Psych Drone) 
12:45 AM - Dark Planes (Darkened Psychedelic Punk)



RSVP

Craig Owens (MI) , Bryce Gilbertson (Dallas) and Samuel Knight (San Antonio) at The White Rabbit, Friday

Samuel Knight, Bryce Gilbertson, Craig Owens

Doors at 6pm, All Ages, $15
TICKETS

FASHION, ART, MUSIC, BIZAAR AT WEB HOUSE, FRIDAY

Food, Booze, Live Music, DIY Fashion Walk, Artist's, Designer's, Hair Stylist's, Makeup Artist's, Fashion Vendor's, Photographers, & more..RSVP

"Electronic Exhibition" featuring Trip The Light, Delenda and Electric Disk at Hi-Tones, Friday


White Elefant, RMRS and Captain's Son at 502 Bar, Friday

White Elefant
RMRS

The Captain's Son

21+, $5

WRECK THE DECKS NIGHT #5 at Tuckers Kozy Korner, Friday


Lucas Jack, Ready Revolution and Tera Ferna at Sam's Burger Joint, Friday

Lucas Jack- 9PM
Ready Revolution- 10PM
Tera Ferna- 11PM


Doors 8pm, $7, All Ages Show

"Deluxe Fridays" with Djs Stone & Escatel at Alibi's, Friday

21+, Free Show

Stone , Escatel

Jake Castillo Trio Club Nirvana, Friday

Jake Castillo on Reverbnation
Facebook Page

Free Show

RSVP

Wulfholt, MOI -Method Of Inception-, Southern Dose Of Rebellion and Wellborn Road at Bonds 007, Friday


More/RSVP on Facebook

Hogwild Records Presents: Firestarter '82 & Las Cruces at The Mix, Friday

Firestarter '82 (Austin, Tx. Heavy Metal)
Las Cruces (S.A. Tx. Doom Metal)
Doors 10pm, 21+ Free Show
RSVP

Decade of Downtown Pachanga in the Park Kickoff Party, Friday

"Brought to you by Lynnwood King PresentsStorificTravis Park, Network for Young Artists and St. Anthony Hotel

This Friday and every 3rd Friday of the month! Come enjoy the best local, regional and national recording artist! We are also Launching a great new food truck app. Storific is the fastest & smartest way to place your daily orders. Food, vendors, and of course your favorite beverages! No cover charge and it's in historic Travis Park downtown San Antonio!! Come enjoy the sights and sounds of our amazing culture and hear new up and coming talent along with well established acts."

This month we feature:

Billy Kiesel (Texas Country)
Aaron Lee and The Night Train (Tx Blues)"


6pm, RSVP

Grupo Alamo CD Release Party at Graham Central Station, Friday

"Featuring Group Alamo's new single "Porque Te Quiero" along with all our other hits! Also performing will be David Lee Garza!"

TRAPT (Los Gatos, CA) with special guests The Veer Union (Vancouver, BC) , Soul In Tension (TX), All Sides Equal (San Antonio) and The Uprising (San Antonio) at Backstage Live, Friday


Trapt (Website/News)Veer UnionSoul In Tension , The Uprising , All Sides Equal
TICKETS/EVENT DETAILS

Aeternal Requiem, Remanon, and Recreating Eden at Tonic Bar, Friday

Prog n metal
21+, $5
RSVP

SOLD OUT - THE MAVERICKS AT GRUENE HALL, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY

(Robyn Ludwick and Cooder Graw on Saturday)

Henry and The Invisibles at Rebar, Friday

H+TI'S ONLINE

21+, Free Show

Stahl Gorthor, Crucifire, Death is at Hand, Aurorean and Gods Of Death Screw at Zombies, Friday


Stahl Gorthorl  9:15pm-9:45pm
Crucifire 10:00pm-10:30pm
Death is at Hand-10:45-11:15pm
Aurorean -11:30pm-12:00am 

Gods Of Death Screw -12:15- 1:00am

(More/RSVP on Facebook)

Jamaica Gold Fridays at The Reggae Bar


Step Aside at The Worm Tequila & Mezcal Bar, Friday

Step Aside

21+, Free Show


Jazzed Up Fridays Poolside at The Aloft


Whiskey Bliss at Retox Bar, Friday



Whiskey Bliss (Facebook Page)

SA Lights JOURNEY Tribute on FOX29 Daytime at 9, Friday

Live Interview & Performance

SA Lights (Facebook)Reverbnation

Thursday, July 17, 2014

Belukhas Tour Fundraiser, Sunday July 20

More Info/RSVP

WIN TICKETS TO KENNY WAYNE SHEPHERD AT THE AZTEC THEATER

 AZTEC THEATRE ONLINE
AZTEC THEATER ONLINE
FACEBOOK

KENNY WAYNE SHEPHERD

UTOPiAFEST 2014

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:



"The Sixth Annual UTOPiAfest will take place on Sept. 12-14 in Utopia, Texas

UTOPiAfest 2014 DAILY LINEUP: 

Thursday, Sept. 11
Calliope Musicals
The Golden Dawn Arkestra
Keller Williams 

Friday, Sept. 12
GZA with Brownout
Father John Misty
Grateful Grass (Jeff Austin, Keller Williams, Sam Grisman)
Aaron Behrens (of Ghostland Observatory) and the Midnight Stroll
Wheeler Brothers
Sour Bridges
KP and the Boom Boom
Sucka Please
Ranch Ghost

Saturday, Sept. 13
Cold War Kids
Warpaint
Kishi Bashi
Wild Child
Billy Joe Shaver
Dan Deacon
Holiday Mountain
Benji Hughes
Star & Micey
Cilantro Boombox
Ruby Jane
Eric Tessmer
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We would also like to welcome the following acts to this year’s roster:
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As always, the festival is BYOB, family friendly, and features no musical overlap and a capped audience of 2,000, making for a truly intimate festival experience."